It process scss partials files and add the files that import them to the pipe.
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It process scss partials files and add the files that import them to the pipe.

Use it with gulp-cached and gulp-sass to create a watch task that avoid the re-compile of all the scss files in the project everytime you save one of them, saving a lot of time.

Install

$ npm install --save-dev gulp-sass-partials-imported

Usage

Just add sassPartialsImported to the pipe

.pipe( sassPartialsImported(scss_dir, includePaths) )

Arguments

scss_dir (string) [required]

Folder where all the scss files are

includePaths (string|Array) [optional]

Path string, or Array of paths, where look in to attempt to resolve your @import declarations. (same as includePaths of node-sass)

Example

In the example below we have a watch task that, everytime we save a partial file, adds to the pipe all the scss files that @import the partial file.

const gulp = require('gulp'),
const sass = require('gulp-sass');
const cached = require('gulp-cached');
const sassPartialsImported = require('gulp-sass-partials-imported');

let scss_dir = 'src/scss/';
let includePaths = ['src/scss/vendors'];

gulp.task('sass', () => {
	gulp.src('src/*.scss')
		.pipe(cached('sassfiles'))
		.pipe(sassPartialsImported(scss_dir, includePaths))
		.pipe(sass({ includePaths: scss_dir }).on('error', sass.logError))
		.pipe(gulp.dest('dist'));
});


gulp.task('watch', function () {

    gulp.watch('src/*.scss', ['sass'])

});

License

MIT © G100g(http://g100g.net) - Davide Cantelli (http://ww.davidecantelli.it)